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V-RECIP 交换;互换 If two or more people exchange things of a particular kind, they give them to each other at the same time.
We exchanged addresses and Christmas cards...
The two men exchanged glances...
VERB 调换，交换，更换（尤指更好或更令人满意的东西） If you exchange something, you replace it with a different thing, especially something that is better or more satisfactory.
...the chance to sell back or exchange goods...
If the car you have leased is clearly unsatisfactory, you can always exchange it for another.
N-COUNT 短暂的交谈;（常指）口角，争吵 An exchange is a brief conversation, usually an angry one.
There've been some bitter exchanges between the two groups.
N-COUNT 交战;交火 An exchange of fire, for example, is an incident in which people use guns or missiles against each other.
There was an exchange of fire during which the gunman was wounded...
This could intensify the risk of a nuclear exchange.
N-COUNT （不同国家人们之间的）交流，互访 An exchange is an arrangement in which people from two different countries visit each other's country, to strengthen links between them.
...a series of sporting and cultural exchanges with Seoul...
...educational exchanges for young people...
N-IN-NAMES 交易大厅;交易所 Exchange is used in the names of some places where people used to trade and do business with each other.
...the Royal Exchange.
N-COUNT 同telephone exchange The exchange is the same as the telephone exchange .
PHRASE 作为交换 If you do or give something in exchange for something else, you do it or give it in order to get that thing.
It is illegal for public officials to solicit gifts or money in exchange for favors...
He paid her a huge salary. In exchange, he was assured of her vote.